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Gamlebyen Miniature Railroad is located in the Old Town of Fredrikstad, Norway. The exhibition is made out of 400 sq.m. with approx 2 km of railway and scenery. The operation of the over 30 different trains are computer operated, providing a rich...more
This is an absolute must to see for everyone, train enthusiast or not. See how far you can strech a hobby with all its creativity and modern day electronics . I come here 2 times a year and it never stops impressing me
I had the concierge of our hotel check the website for me, because it is in only Norwegian to make sure it would be open on Tuesday in September. It said it was... but when we got there it was closed and the sign said...More
Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Bonni O
Jonas B, Informasjonssjef at Gamlebyen Miniature Railroad, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2017
Thank you so much for the feedback. We are sorry for the inconvenience!
We are open all weekends Sat and sundays year around.
The hotel concierge must have mistaken our summer opening hours lasting until 20th august.
We are sorry for the incident, wish...More
I love trains. That's why I wanted to visit this unique little "museum." It seems that this lucky man has been able to turn his hobby into a way to make a living. There are so many trains, and so much scenery!
If you are...More
This model railway exhibition (modelljernbanesenter) in a detailed landscape and consisting of 30 computercontrolled train sets is well worth a visit.
Here is also a model layout of Gamlebyen itself.
Very good for families with children.
There is a related shop inside and a cafeteria...More
The trains snake through several rooms and run at various levels across bridges and through tunnels. Lots of fun. Great for kids. Middling standard for model railroading - it is built with sectional track. There are loads of building structures - all plastic kits. No...More
Response from Eirik Magnus B | Reviewed this property |
Opening hours for this museum:.Saturdays from 11 pm to 16 am. Sundays from 12 am to 16 am.
Furthermore it is possible to make an appointment for visits for groups by phone +4790509874.
I can realy reconmet to make a visit.